Experienced lettings manager joins team at Davidson Estates

28th Apr

Davidson Estates has appointed an experienced lettings manager to help meet growing demands for property in Birmingham city centre and its nearby plush suburbs.

Jaime Duffy joins the expanding estate agency after spending nearly three years in lettings across the West Midlands.

She started as a lettings negotiator at Connells estate agency in West Bromwich in 2019, was promoted to senior lettings negotiator at the company’s Wolverhampton branch in March last year and then became assistant lettings manager at the same branch in December.

Ben Davidson, the founder and managing director of Davidson Estates, said: “We are delighted to welcome Jaime to our team and I am sure she will quickly settle in.

“We were so impressed with her great personality at interview, and her positive attitude plus her experience at Connells made her the obvious choice for this job.

“Jaime has three years’ experience in the sector and has a demonstrated history of growing skills in negotiation, lettings, home inspections and all landlord and tenant matters.

“She is just the kind of lettings manager we need as we see demand for properties in the city centre, Edgbaston and Harborne continue to grow.”

The growing demand for city centre living has recently seen Davidson Estates opening a new office at 102 Colmore Row in the heart of the professional business quarter.

This expansion and the reopening of its head office at 14a Frederick Road in Edgbaston has resulted in the company creating seven new jobs.

Established by Mr Davidson in 2009, Davidson Estates made its name as the leading independent agent covering Edgbaston before spreading its wings across the city.

Ms Duffy, who was brought up and educated in the Black Country, said: “I’m thrilled to be joining such a modern and successful estate agency that focuses on prime areas in Birmingham. I can’t wait to help Davidson Estates succeed in its future growth plans.”

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